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Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is expected to receive a letter of education as a result of his Instagram photo with AdvoCare products.
Pat Haden will not attend a meeting of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee in Indianapolis in protest to the religious freedom law Indiana passed last Thursday.
Temple starting defensive end Praise Martin-Oguike had his eligibility extended through the 2016 season by the NCAA after a rape accusation cost him all of the 2012 and 2013 seasons.
Florida coach Jim McElwain shared his frustrations with the Gators' effort in Monday's spring practice.
Jordan Smallwood suffered an ACL injury that will keep him out of the beginning of the 2015 season.
Louisville's JUCO wide receiver has legally changed his name to Alphonso Carter.
NCAA says it's being sued for "conduct the NCAA did not and could not control." The NCAA and North Carolina both question what responsibility players had in knowing their grades were fraudulent.
Nick Saban defended his decision to allow Jonathan Taylor on the Alabama football team after getting dismissed from the team for a domestic violence arrest for the second time.
Alabama coach Nick Saban detailed Geno Smith's punishment after practice on Monday.
The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine has some specialty fire hydrants for dogs to urinate on.
Cities in Arizona and Arkansas are expected to apply to host two new bowl games ... because we need more bowl games.
A Notre Dame fan named Heywood Banks wrote a new song for Notre Dame fans.
Junior running back Keith Ford has been indefinitely suspended for academic and team rules violations, Bob Stoops confirmed Monday.
Two players arrested, one dismissed, another player likely seriously injured. What does it mean for Alabama as they attempt to repeat as SEC champions?
The NCAA infractions committee does not allow dissenting opinions after deciding cases. With the McNair documents showing the NCAA likely overstepped its bounds in the USC case, were there dissenting opinions the public did not hear?
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